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Featured image Essential fish populations crash by 50%, finds WWF’s Living Blue Planet Report
Today, WWF released its Living Blue Planet Report, a special report studying how overfishing, damage to habitat and climate change are dramatically affecting our oceans.

A moment of silence for the Arctic
Royal Dutch Shell’s announcement that it has abandoned oil exploration in offshore Alaska means the Arctic is better off today and “for the foreseeable future”.

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Happy World Rivers Day!
September 27 is World Rivers Day, a celebration of the world’s life-giving waterways which are needed for communities and watersheds to thrive.

New UN Sustainable Development Goals should bring renewable energy to the north
International agreement has implications for Canada’s northern communities

Conservation-based planning will protect the caribou for generations to come
WWF promotes a precautionary approach to the recent adjustment to the Baffin Island caribou hunting moratorium.